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Here are the top ten articles for the Wicca Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Deity in the Twenty-Four Hour Day
We honor the presence of the God and Goddess in different parts of the twenty-four hour cycle of the day. Think of this as another type of correspondence or spell-enhancer.

2. My Ritual Tools
Ritual tools are an important part of our spiritual life. If you are a solitary practitioner, you might be wondering what others have chosen and why. Here are my ritual tools. Remember, I practice Wicca with a strong Asatru flavor.

3. How to Decorate a Beltane Altar
The Beltane altar celebrates the gateway into summer, fertility, and the growing season. All of the Great Sabbats, including Beltane, are fire festivals. So break out those candles and donít hold back when it comes to decorating your altar.

4. How to Use the Power of Numbers in Witchcraft
When you practice witchcraft, you attempt to influence the flows of energy in the universe. Numbers are an enhancer with which you can strengthen and clarify your willpower, which is the bow that shoots the arrow of your spell.

5. Why Do Wiccans Harm None
The Wiccan Rede, which is the cornerstone of morality in the Wiccan religion, proclaims, "An it harm none, do as ye will." What does this mean? Why should you harm none? How must you live your life to be in accordance with the Wiccan Rede?

6. Clockwise and Counterclockwise Witchcraft
Clockwise and counterclockwise refer to the direction in which you move when practicing witchcraft and ritual. The concept of clockwise (deosil) and counterclockwise (widdershins) is a powerful way to sharpen your intent and work with energy.

7. How to Find Your Patron God or Goddess
Finding your patron god or goddess can be a mysterious and deeply personal process. Not every Wiccan does it, but many do because Wicca is a religion that emphasizes an individualís one-to-one relationship with the divine. How do you find out which gods are willing to be your patron deities?

8. How to Decorate an Ostara Altar
The Ostara altar celebrates the spring equinox. The snow is melting, the trees are budding, and the spring bulbs are flowering. Now is the time to forget about snow (even if it continues to blanket the landscape), turn our thoughts toward spring, and banish the color white from our altars.

9. Guided Meditation for Mabon
This guided meditation puts you together with the God at Mabon, which is the second harvest of the year. Here, the Lord wears the persona of the Steward of the Earth. He shows you how to give of your own abundance to increase it tenfold.

10. Who is John Barleycorn
Who is John Barleycorn? He is an aspect of the God whom we honor especially at the sabbat of Lammas, which is not just focused on wheat but also upon barley and all the alcohol beverages that can be made from it. Think of John Barleycorn as a personification of the cereal crops.



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